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  • I don't quite understand replacing the person's name with "Friend of a Friend" either, but it seems to be buggy. I get "Friend of a Friend" even when the person is also a direct Friend, which I'd think should take precedence.
    • Loud agreement. I'm used to looking to that spot for the user's name. Their relation to me is less important, and if the person is a friend and/or fan, the fact that they are the "friend of a friend" is less important still. Besides, I already have the icons.

      I think I've also mentioned I think the friend-of-friend, foe-of-friend, etc. icons seem to just create clutter when a person is a friend or foe. If I already know my opinion of the person, other people's opinions are less relevant.

      Meanwhile, th

      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
      • Actually I'd gotten less used to looking at that spot for the user's name in recent weeks because (as sometimes happens during use.perl tweaks) that text had become invisible (white on white) in the light view. I hadn't bothered complaining this time, since it seemed to be in transition.

        And yes, thanks, pudge!
        • There was a new update today; more is still to come (my biggest problem with it is the "Friend of Friend" text, too, which is still there, though most of the other known problems have been fixed).